High-Efficiency Ductless Solutions
Do you have a room or area in your home or office that is always too hot or too cold? Or maybe you have an older home that lacks the proper ductwork for central air conditioning? Our Century ductless products are the solution for you. Ductless mini splits provide quiet, affordable, unwavering comfort room by room. Contact us for a free in-home consultation today and find out why Century is the right fit for your needs and budget.
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A wall-mounted style unit mounts high on a wall and is unobtrusive to the visual area within a room. The wall unit models are similar in white color but come in two different designs that have different features that enhance their functions within the space.
When a ducted model is selected as the indoor unit that best fits your need, it can easily be installed either in the ceiling or beneath the floor in a crawl space or basement. This style accommodates the use of short duct runs and registers to deliver and return air from the space to the unit.
Getting to Know Your Ductless Split System
A duct-free system, also known as a “split” air conditioner system, is made up of or includes two units: an indoor unit to deliver conditioned air to the room, and an outdoor unit to remove heat collected from the space. Compact refrigerant lines run between the outdoor and indoor units, eliminating the need for ductwork.
Century duct-free systems come in single-zone and multi-zone applications, meaning that they can be used to condition a single room or multiple. Multi-zone applications allow each room or space in your home or office to be conditioned individually without the need or cost of expensive ductwork or unsightly window units.
Duct-free systems are not just ideal for older homes that have no ductwork, but also in rooms that just never seem to be the right temperature and are never comfortable. Ductless systems are perfect for:
- Hot & Cold Rooms
- Additions / Renovations
- Offices / Recreational Rooms
- Enclosed Patios
- Homes Without Space for Ductwork
- Larger, Multi-Zone Living Spaces
- Quiet Operation—The indoor air handler is “library quiet,” operating so quietly you may not realize it’s on, because the compressor operates at low frequency most of the time with no on/off cycling and the fan delivers balanced airflow.
- Easy Installation—All it takes to connect the outdoor condenser and the indoor air handler is a hole about 3” in diameter to run refrigerant lines, condensate drain and electrical wires between the two components.
- Efficiency—Units are designed to be energy efficient with high SEER ratings that meet or exceed government mandated standards; and only the room or area being used is conditioned, potentially decreasing electricity usage when compared to traditional systems.
- Attractive Appearance—High wall models feature a low profile indoor unit in a clean white finish that blends with any décor; ceiling cassettes have a white panel that virtually disappears in ceiling installations.
- Security—With a room air conditioner, there’s always the worry that access to the home can be gained through the window where the unit is mounted; that worry is eliminated with a ductless system.
- Consistent Comfort—Electronic climate controls regulate operation to maintain a preset temperature level; auto swing airflow continually adjusts the air direction for a gentle, breeze-like effect preferred by most people; auto mode adjusts the temperature and fan speed to maintain the
setpoint you’ve selected.
- Simple Operation—One fully featured remote is included for each indoor air handler or ceiling cassette, making it simple to select the mode, set the temperature and the timer, and change the airflow direction; ceiling cassettes also come with a wired wall-mount thermostat.